Viking for Hire Dragons


Viking for Hire

Animated adventures of Hiccup and his dragon Toothless. Now that dragon killing is no longer necessary, Hiccup tries to find a new job for Gobber the blacksmith.


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Let's go, bud.

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Wow!

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Everybody needs a place in the world.

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Some people are born to theirs.

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-CAPTAIN:

-Raise the mainsail.

-SAILOR:

-Aye!

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-Turn her towards starboard.

-Aye, aye, sir.

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Some people discover theirs.

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And some people...make a place for themselves.

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GOBBER: Grab a weapon.

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No time to be choosy.

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DRAGON ROARS

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But then the world around them changes.

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And the place they made is gone.

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HE SIGHS

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Every dragon has its own unique abilities

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that give it its special place in the world.

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Which dragon makes the best welding torch?

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Oh, Deadly Matter.

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Its magnesium flame burns with the heat of the sun.

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Correct! Point to Team Astrid.

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Score is now 100 to 10.

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And you started with 10.

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Oh, yeah? Well, the game's not over.

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Wait, what team am I on?

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Next question - what is the shot limit of a Hideous Zippleback?

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-Team Snotlout?

-I don't think they can count that high.

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Oh, really? Let's find out.

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Barf?

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Looks like it's about three.

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Told you we could count that high.

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-It's six. You were half right - five points.

-Yes!

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We're up to 30.

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All right, it's our turn.

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What happens when you shoot fire at the owner of a Deadly Nadder?

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SHE WHISTLES

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No fair, she didn't give us time to answer.

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I've got a question, what happens when I set Hookfang on you?

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OK, guys, that's enough training.

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So, we did some really good work here today.

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Prepare to face the Monstrous Nightmare!

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DRAGON ROARS

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Aargh! That's the third time this week.

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Ah!

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Gather around. Come on, one and all.

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You may think these dragon-killing weapons have no more use.

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But think again.

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This longsword is now a lovely butter knife.

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It's also great for making breadcrumbs.

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PLATE SMASHES

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MAN CLEARS THROAT

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Moving on.

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Huh! Well, this is a dark day.

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A great dragon-slayer peddling his weapons as kitchen utensils.

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Mm. HE TUTS

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-Up next, how about this...

-FLY BUZZES

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..handy flyswatter.

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Hiyah!

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Ah-ha.

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Also good for getting rid of unwanted tables.

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FLY BUZZES

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Now, how are you going to protect yourself from home invaders?

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No problem when you have Big Bertha.

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EXPLOSION

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CROWD GASPS

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HE TUTS

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Wait, there's more! Come back, you haven't seen everything yet.

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I haven't cleaned out my dungeon yet.

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That's OK, Bertha.

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We'll find a place for you.

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Oh, it's hard to watch.

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Especially for you, eh, Hiccup?

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The feelings of guilt must be tearing at your insides.

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I mean, you put him out of business

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with your little peace pact with the dragons.

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YOU ruined his life! Bravo.

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Oh.

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You know, Gobber made this for me.

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He taught me everything I needed to know to make your tail.

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I've got to find some way to help him.

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TOOTHLESS PURRS

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Tough day at chiefing, Dad?

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I was all over the island.

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I married the Svensson girl to the Odergard boy at dawn.

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Then down to the fields where some kids were tipping over yaks.

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Then back up to the newlyweds to settle a domestic dispute.

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I guess that honeymoon is over.

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HE SIGHS

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Sometimes I wish there were two of me.

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There ARE two of you!

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Is that another crack about my weight?

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No, I mean Gobber. He can be the other you.

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Gobber? Oh, he's way too busy making all those dragon-killing...

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Well, he used to be...

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until you... Which is great!

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-Except for Gobber.

-Exactly my point.

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You know, that's actually not such a bad idea.

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I could use a right hand.

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Which works out great cos that's kind of the only one he has.

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I greatly appreciate you helping me out, Gobber.

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I'm just glad I could find time in my busy schedule, Stoick.

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I've got a full day ahead of me.

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Here's your half.

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Oh, this will be interesting.

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Now remember, some of these situations are delicate.

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-They require diplomacy.

-Oh, no problem, I'm great at...

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-that.

-Really? You?!

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You can speak to people with tact and sensitivity?

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Oh, I thought it meant clubbing people on the head

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and asking questions later, but I can give your thing a shot.

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Whosoever brings this child forth...

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as a representative of the Chief, I welcome this baby into the tribe

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and pronounce the name to be...

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MAN WHISPERS

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Eurgh. Hildegard?

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Doesn't seem like a Hildegard to me.

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-Let's go with Magnus.

-But she's a girl, Gobber.

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Don't worry - she's not going to look like one.

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-Magnus it is!

-BABY COOS

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-And please accept this teething toy on behalf of Stoick the Vast.

-No!

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Bucket says you never paid him for the sheep.

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I never bought a sheep.

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SHEEP BAAS

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Who's that? A little woman?

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Oh, Mulch, you're cheating me now.

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Clearly there's only one way to settle this...

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SOUNDS OF BATTLE

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Diplomacy? Check.

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All right, what's next?

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I know the conventional thinking when repairing a ship is wood.

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But, if you ask me, there is nothing like a good old slab of iron.

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Ha! Nothing's getting through this.

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Gobber, what do you think you're doing?

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Just checking another item off the list.

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And adding an item for later.

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"Recover sunken ship."

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Same time tomorrow?

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BABY CRIES

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HE SIGHS

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Here you go, Dad.

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Wow, a two-block headache.

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You know, Dad, I think you're being a wee bit rough on Gobber.

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It was his first day. Tomorrow will be way better.

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Oh, it will be for me, because it won't involve Gobber.

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What do you mean?

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I tried to fit a square peg in a round hole and it sunk a ship

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and named a baby girl "Magnus".

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I'm not saying she didn't look like a Magnus,

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but try telling that to her parents.

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I can't believe you let him go.

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Well, we've got to help him.

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WE don't have to do anything.

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You, on the other hand,

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are going to be very busy finding a job for Gobber.

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You're bringing Gobber here?

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He's going to be great.

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Nobody knows dragons like old Gobber.

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He has spent a lifetime, you know...

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studying them.

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If we can tap into that, we'll all be better dragon trainers.

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I'm back! Did you miss me?

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First of all, welcome.

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And second, tiny question,

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why did you bring your, you know...

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Killing things?

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School's in session.

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Eh, I didn't like school either.

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What's wrong with you guys?

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Oh, we've been riding our dragons for four hours.

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It took for ever to chase them down after Gobber scared them away.

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I've flown for hours on Toothless and I've never had a problem.

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That's because YOU have a saddle.

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-Saddles!

-Saddles?

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I love it! I've got so many ideas.

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But not like these. Good ones.

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I'm glad you're excited,

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but I still think there are some things in my designs you could use.

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I mean, you did teach me everything I know.

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Exactly. That's why you should let Gobber do what Gobber does best.

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I've been making saddles since you were in diapers.

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In fact, I made your diapers.

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I know you know what you're doing, but keep in mind,

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every dragon is different, so you need to adjust the...

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-Hiccup. Hiccup.

-But I just think...

-Hic-cup!

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I may have taught you everything you know

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but I haven't taught you everything I know!

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HE SIGHS

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# I've got my axe and I've got my mace

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# And I love my wife with the ugly face

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# I'm a Viking through and through... #

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He doesn't sing that song unless he's actually very happy.

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I think we did a good thing.

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All right, this is an exciting day for all of us.

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Gobber has been working hard to...

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I think they might want to hear from the artist himself.

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I've made a lot of saddles in my day.

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Horse, donkey and now dragon.

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But these saddles are special.

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They're like my children.

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That is, if you strap your child to a flaming reptile and rode it.

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So, without further ado...

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ALL: Wow!

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Wow, Gobber, this is certainly NOT what I imagined.

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How could it be? I'm Gobber.

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Nobody knows what it's like to live in here.

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-Is that...?

-Yeah, flame-thrower.

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Didn't see that one coming, did you?

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Uh, no, not for dragons.

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They come with one built in, actually.

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I know but can you ever really have too much firepower?

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DRAGON SPLUTTERS

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DRAGONS GROAN

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Eh, catapults for the twins?

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Not such a good idea.

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You can do it, girl. Think, "Light."

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Oh, come on, you can't tell me my saddle is heavier than Fishlegs.

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My mum says I'm just husky.

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Come on, Hookfang.

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What's wrong with you?

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That's it! Someone's trading with me.

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Yeah, sure, I'll trade my perfect dragon for an angry oven.

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This saddle's actually pretty good.

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Wait till you try the horn.

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HORN BLASTS

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Really? Again?

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So, anyway, I-I think we're really going to need to make a few...

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Changes! I'm way ahead of you.

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I've got so many ideas.

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It's getting crowded up here.

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Ha-ha-ha!

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TOOTHLESS GRUMBLES

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My Odin, this place looked better when we were killing dragons here.

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Yeah, we sort of got Gobbered.

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Well, you know Gobber.

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He means well, he doesn't always DO well.

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So, what are you going to do about him?

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I'm going to clean up his messes and re-do his work.

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Look, Gobber's like family.

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I know he is. That's why I can't say anything to him.

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No, son, that's why you have to.

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It's not fair to you and it's not fair to Gobber.

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Why do I have to say something to him?

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You didn't. You just passed him off to me.

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That's what the Chief does - he delegates.

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Look, I gave you this academy because it's the best thing for Berk.

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Now you have to do what's best for the academy.

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And I'm sorry, son, but what's best is very rarely what's easy.

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TOOTHLESS GROANS

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-What about him?

-Leave him. He's going for a record.

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Enough said. HE SNORES

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Hey, you never know, bud. Maybe Gobber finally looked at my plans

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and is actually making the saddles better.

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EXPLOSION RUMBLES

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Or not.

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Gobber? Don't shoot.

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I would never shoot you, Hiccup.

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Ha-ha, yeah.

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Still, if you could please put the crossbow down,

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I know I'd feel better.

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You know, about the weapons...

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Maybe the catapults were a bit much for some of the dragons yesterday.

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So I've gone a different way.

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-I've gotten rid of the two big ones.

-Gobber, that's great.

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And replaced them with six little ones.

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Yeah, um... Gobber, we need to talk.

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I think it might be time for you to take a little break.

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In case you hadn't noticed,

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the only time a Viking takes a break is to die.

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Maybe "break" is the wrong word.

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What I mean is, I'm not sure things are working out.

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Well, get back to me when you're sure.

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OK, I'm sure.

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Gobber, I'm going to need to take you off the saddle project.

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Are you getting rid of me, Hiccup?

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Now I see why you had me put down the crossbow.

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It's just the saddles.

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We'll find something else for you.

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I don't need your pity.

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I've lost an arm and a leg. I think I'll survive losing a job.

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I'm really sorry, Gobber.

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Oh, that was awful.

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I don't know what could be worse than that.

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SCREAMING DRAGONS ROARING

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OK, looks like I'm about to find out.

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I never...thought...

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I'd say this...but, Hiccup...

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Help!

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HOOKFANG ROARS

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Everybody, back the way.

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The dragon's out of control. It's not safe here.

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I don't know what happened. I was just rubbing his head.

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He usually loves that, but this time he went crazy.

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My dragon hates me!

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HOOKFANG ROARS

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They do say a pet starts to take on the characteristics of its owner.

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-I think that's what's happening here.

-Hey!

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Yeah, I rest my case.

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-When was the last time he ate?

-Not for days.

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You hungry, boy?

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HOOKFANG SNIFFS

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HE CHOMPS

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Oh, sorry, Dad.

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We've got to bring this dragon under control.

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Don't worry. I can do this.

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-HOOKFANG ROARS MENACINGLY

-There you go.

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It's going to be OK.

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Hiccup, run!

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Way ahead of you.

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TOOTHLESS GROWLS

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Toothless!

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Stop!

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I've seen enough, Hiccup.

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I'm sorry. We tried it your way.

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Gobber, we need you.

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No, you don't.

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Nobody needs me.

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Nobody needs any of us.

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-Not even you, Bertha.

-HE SNIFFS

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-Are you crying?

-Course not. Just chopping onions.

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-There are no onions.

-Not any more.

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Look what I used to chop them with.

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There's a dragon in the plaza that's out of control.

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Then why don't you call Hiccup?

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No, Gobber, we need you.

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Come on, guys, hurry up - think.

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What haven't we tried?

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-Snotlout, you have an idea?

-Gobber!

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Stand back. I came here to do what I do best.

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-He's going to kill my dragon.

-No, he's not.

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-Er, yeah he is.

-You don't use that stuff to butter toast.

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Well, I mean we would, but you don't.

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Dad, you can't be serious, Hookfang is Snotlout's dragon.

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I'm sorry, Hiccup, but sometimes you have to fall back on the old ways.

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-But he's a good dragon.

-He's a good dragon!

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There's probably just something wrong with him.

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There's definitely something wrong with him.

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We have to try to help him. We can't just get rid of him

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because he's having a bad day.

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Bad day for a dragon can be a disaster for us -

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that's not a risk I'm willing to take.

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Gobber...

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HOOKFANG ROARS

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HOOKFANG WHEEZES

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Ha! You're all out of fire!

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I can't let you do this.

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There's no choice - it has to be done.

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-Do you see that?

-I do.

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Time to put this beast out of its misery.

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Hiccup, what are you doing?

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HOOKFANG ROARS

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Oh, you didn't kill him!

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For a toothache?

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What kind of lunatic are you?

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SNOTLOUT GIGGLES

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Stop it! Stop it!

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I don't know where THAT came from.

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Can you train that out of him, or...?

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Thank you, Gobber.

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A bad tooth. I can't believe I didn't think of that.

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That's because you're not Gobber.

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I've forgotten more about dragons than most men will ever know.

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Well, better go put the girls away.

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Gobber! Not so fast.

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When the world around you changes,

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the good men find a way to change with it.

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And Gobber is one of those good men.

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In fact...

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he's one of the best.

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# I've got my axe and I've got my mace

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# And I love my wife with the ugly face

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# I'm a Viking through and through... #

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Now that dragon killing is no longer necessary, Hiccup tries to find a new job for Gobber the blacksmith, but the task proves harder than expected.


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